BREAKING: White House Makes EMERGENCY Announcement- Priebus Immediately Leaves Saudi Arabia Back To D.C.


There is speculation that some of President Trump’s staff members could be getting the ‘ax’ soon and one of those people is the chief of staff, Reince Priebus.

Fueling the speculation is the word that Priebus is making an early return to the White House after traveling with President Trump on his first overseas trip which many ‘experts’ say is a very unusual.


The White House confirmed to Brian Schwartz at FOX Business that Priebus would be heading back to Washington D.C. after the stop in Saudi Arabia, part of the president’s visit to the Middle East. But they insist this was always part of the administration’s plan.

“It has always been planned for Reince to return to Washington following the Saudi Arabia portion of the trip. It’s a big week in D.C. for the president’s agenda with our budget release coming soon and discussions continuing on tax reform, so he’s needed back at home for that,” Natalie Strom, assistant press secretary at the White House said.

When asked which other officials would be coming home, Strom said, “Only a few senior administration officials are staying on for the whole trip, which is typical for these kinds of trips. They’re attending the stops that most pertain to their responsibilities. Off the top of my head I know that Secretary [of State] Tillerson and General McMaster won’t be on for the entirety.”

Still, the timing of Priebus’s departure is questionable due to the speculation surrounding the job security of his own post, as well as other White House officials including Press Secretary Sean Spicer.


As FOX Business reported Friday, Priebus’s position in the White House is once again in jeopardy as National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn and Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney are a few of the candidates under consideration to replace him if the president decides to go that route, according to sources close to the situation.

The White House hasn’t actually denied the possibility that Priebus and others may soon be demoted or unemployed.

While the administration says it’s typical for some officials to stay and others to head home on these trips, others say otherwise- especially for a chief of staff to head home early on such an important trip.

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“It’s not the usual pattern,” Richard Painter, chief White House ethics lawyer under former President George W. Bush said. “People either go on the trip and stay or they don’t go at all. Now there may be trouble with the White House staff and that’s probably the reason he’s heading home. I think there is a lot of disorder … within the White House and we can’t have the chief of staff out of the White House if there’s so much disorder.”

So, we’ll have to wait and see what happens.

I like Priebus but on the other hand, drastic changes do need to be made, unfortunately.

God Bless.

Source- AFF

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